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Re: [Computerbank] 225q, Ararat and a new project in NE-VIc
G'day Kylie, I am thinking of coming to Melbourne on perhaps the 8th or 9th
Are you likely to be there then, or somebody else. Nothing of importance,
just thought I'd drop in and say LO.
I will meet Bruce, whom I havent met yet, and I want to drop an old box into
225q and meet Sam as well.
I'm sort of okay with RH5 through to RH7.1 And Mandrake 6.0. I am not a
Linux specialist/guru. But I get by.
Hardware, I am pretty okay with, but some of the old boards, I like to have
a handbook for, because users do all sorts of funny things with the jumpers.
----- Original Message -----
From: Kylie Davies <email@example.com>
To: Bruce McCubbery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 28, 2001 3:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Computerbank] 225q, Ararat and a new project in NE-VIc
> Hi Bruce, Hi all!
> Hope we are all having happy times over the *holiday* season. :)
> Hmmm...no one from computerbank on the list - ahem - it's the holidays
> and I, for one, decided it was time I spent time _away_ from the
> computer - get outdoors kinda of thing - relax - take a break. Hope
> others will do the same.
> But I will provide comment about a few things...if only to quench the
> thirst of some of our more prolific posters! :)
> Okay - on the subject of 225q and NYE - do whatever you like - post
> about it here - organise an action committee - have a meeting at
> computerbank or 225q about it - have fun. :) I'll be away in the bush.
> Thanks to Darrell for his post about ACT involvement in Computerbank -
> will look forward to chatting about this in early January...meanwhile
> will look for ACT people who have expressed an interest in Computerbank
> before (there has definately been a few).
> On the subject of Greg White and Ararat - I think Greg is doing some
> wonderful work in regards to getting some support together. When i am
> back in the office - I'll check old emails for people who may live in
> that area - who may have shown interest in helping computerbank - I know
> that there are a few in Ballarat and Bendigo.
> Further on this subject I'd suggest that Greg come down and visit in
> Melbourne (if possible) to get a crash course in linux and maybe take
> home a few practice boxes. Give us a call after January 8th (we are on
> holidays til then!) to arrange a time (this will give us time to prepare
> the boxes).
> Other than that - keep up the good work - do what you can - harness
> support and talk to people who share similar goals. We'll stay in touch
> about the people who might be able to assist. Take a look at the linux
> folk locator (what was that URL again?) to see if there is a linux
> friendly geek in your area.
> Another interesting thing that I will mention right now (I promised I
> would) and food for thought for all...
> A project for both CAI-VIC and CAI-NSW (if okay with NSW) involving the
> NE of VIC (near and around King Valley area), close to the NSW border
> (details are a little sketchy because I've misplaced the project notes
> i'd taken). We want to be able to network the italian tobacco growers
> with 3 networks of three computers capable of Internet access (so 9 in
> all). It is preferable to have these systems in both English and
> There are also about 12 stand alone systems to head down this way too,
> but there are no issues with these.
> Can anyone comment about the Italian side of the project? Do we have any
> Italian speaking folk amongst us - and if so are you in NSW or VIC? What
> about the degree of difficulty - are we able to implement friendly GUI's
> for these people - some whom will have never used a computer before?
> Anyway - hope everyone is enjoying their holidays and hope we all have a
> great new year!
> More on the Italian project later... :) Back online January 7th!
> > years party with the people from Computerbank but it doesn't seem anyone
> > from Computerbank is on their list.
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